The Lake Charlegrark Country Music Marathon has booked in Lee Kernaghan and a host of other music stars for its upcoming three day festival (16 – 18 February).
Kernaghan is one of Australia’s most popular artists, with songs such as The Boys from the Bush and The Outback Club becoming instant classics.
His last album, Spirit of the Anzacs, was the highest selling Australian album in 2015.
Joining Lee as a headline act are The Wolfe Bros., who have sold out tours and frequently have number one hits on the ARIA Country Charts.
Other acts not to miss are Kiara Rodrigues, Angela Easson, Paul Costa, Rodney Vincent, Graeme Hugo, Matt James, Gavin Chandler, Fine Form, Chris Matthews, and Sandra Humphries.
Kids under 15 are free, and three day passes are only $78.55.
The closest towns to Lake Charlegrark are Minimay, Frances, Kaniva, Edenhope and Naracoorte.
If you have a weekend pass it’s free to camp right near the lake in ‘The Paddock’, and basic amenities are provided.
More information about recommended accommodation options can be found here: http://lccmm.com.au/accommodation/
As well as good music there will be plenty to eat and drink at the music marathon, with steak sandwiches, roast lamb rolls, hamburgers, sausages, and hot spuds for sale.
The event is licenced, but there is also going to be a coffee van and non-alcoholic options. It’s a safe and secure event, and is suitable for all ages.
So come on down on Friday 16 for a cracker time at Lake Charlegrark! Gates open at 6pm, and there’s plenty of space to get a good seat.
For more information you can visit the main site, click this link: http://lccmm.com.au/faqs-and-info/ or contact John Naylor on 0427 687 757.